A spatially explicit land surface phenology data product for science, monitoring and natural resources management applications

@article{Broich2015ASE,
  title={A spatially explicit land surface phenology data product for science, monitoring and natural resources management applications},
  author={Mark Broich and Alfredo R. Huete and Matt Paget and Xuanlong Ma and Mirela Tulbure and Natalia Restrepo Coupe and Bradley Evans and Jason Beringer and Rakhesh Devedas and Kevin Davies and Alex Held},
  journal={Environmental Modelling and Software},
  year={2015},
  volume={64},
  pages={191-204}
}
Land surface phenology (LSP) characterizes episodes of greening and browning of the vegetated land surface from remote sensing imagery. LSP is of interest for quantification and monitoring of crop yield, wildfire fuel accumulation, vegetation condition, ecosystem response and resilience to climate variability and change. Deriving LSP represents an effort for end users and existing global products may not accommodate conditions in Australia, a country with a dry climate and high rainfall… CONTINUE READING
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